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ICF Core Competencies

Since 1998, the ICF Core Competencies have provided a vital foundation for the coaching profession.

When we first created the Core Competencies and developed the ICF Code of Ethics, we set the standard in the coaching field. The ICF Core Competencies were first identified and articulated by eight pioneers in our profession, all of whom were committed to creating greater understanding about the knowledge and skills needed for effective coaching. The groundbreaking ICF Core Competency model that emerged has provided a strong foundation for our accreditation and credentialing processes ever since.

In any profession, it is best practice to perform a job analysis regularly to ensure a competency model remains a valid and accurate reflection of professional practice. ICF last conducted a job analysis in 2008, and our profession has since grown and evolved significantly.

Over the past 24 months, we’ve been engaged in rigorous job analysis research. From start to finish, more than 1,300 coaches—both ICF Members and non-members—from around the globe have participated in this process. These coaches represented a diverse range of coaching disciplines, training backgrounds, coaching styles, and experience and credentialing levels. No other coaching certification body has undertaken this level of research, and we’re incredibly proud of the quality, integrity and validity of our evidence-based approach to credentialing and to the value it brings to ICF credential holders.

Today, we are pleased to share with you an updated ICF Core Competency model, which reflects the collective insights and wisdom shared with us through this comprehensive research initiative.

While the empirical data we collected through the job analysis process validated that much of the original ICF Core Competency model remains relevant and reflected in current coaching practice, this new competency model offers a simpler, more streamlined structure and integrates consistent, clear language. ICF has already begun the work to translate this updated model into priority languages for our community.

We look forward to sharing more about the updated Core Competency model and answering your questions during two webinars for our global coaching community. The content of these webinars will be the same, and they will be recorded if you are unable to attend the call.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

9–10 a.m. (New York)

 

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

6–7 p.m. (New York)

Ultimately, this updated Core Competency model will serve as the basis for the ICF Credentialing process through the launch of a new credentialing assessment reflecting the revised competencies. ICF anticipates a lengthy transition process, and we are targeting early 2021 for the launch of the new assessment. As we continue this work, we will be sure to keep you up to date and informed through regular, detailed and transparent communications.

For 25 years, ICF has been committed to setting the highest standards for professional and ethical practice in coaching. As we share the updated Core Competency model with you, we reaffirm this commitment. Thank you for embodying the highest professional and ethical standards as an ICF coach.

We are always willing to answer any questions or address any concerns you have. Please feel free to email our team any time at support@coachfederation.org.

Best Wishes,

Carrie Abner, ICF Director of Credentialing and Accreditation

George Rogers, ICF Director of Quality Assurance, Credentialing and Accreditation

Joel DiGirolamo, ICF Director of Coaching Science


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